Marquis headliners and sponsors
The AHAA 2013 Conference, presented by AHAA in partnership with FIAP and Circulo Creativo, features the following marquis headliners: WPP CEO Sir Martin Sorrell; Draftfcb CEO Laurence Boschetto; Mark Tutssel, Chief Creative Officer of Leo Burnett Worldwide; Adam Ostrow, Chief Strategy Officer of Mashable; San Antonio Mayor Julian Castro; renowned author Hanna Rosin; Oscar Suris, EVP of Corporate Communications for Wells Fargo; Alfredo Rodriguez, Vice President - DishLATINO at DISH Network; Felix Palau, Vice President of Marketing for Tecate and Indio at Heineken USA; Kim Brink, Vice President of Marketing for NASCAR; Alvaro Saralegui, Hispanic Initiatives for the NFL; Ken Muench, SVP & Director of Strategic Planning for Draftfcb; Alex Lopez Negrete, Founder and President of Lopez Negrete Communications; TV journalist, blogger and fashionista Liliana Vazquez; American Idol singer Stefano Langone; and journalist and host/producer of the Huffington Post's streaming video network HuffPo Live Alicia Menendez.
Sponsors and partners include 9D Media, AARP, Adsmovil, Arbitron, CNN, Delta Media, ESPN Deportes, Experian Marketing, GLR Networks, Google, Hispanic Market Weekly, HispanicAd, Hispanic Public Relations Association (HPRA), Interactive Advertising Bureau (IAB), ImpreMedia, Mintel, Mixto Music, Multicultural Marketing, Nielsen, Portada, PRODU, SBS, Scarborough, Terra Networks, The List, Tr3s, Univision, and Vme TV.
To register for the conference, please visit http://ahaa.org and follow all conference chatter on Twitter using the hashtag #thinkahaa.
About AHAA: Headquartered in McLean, VA, AHAA: The Voice of Hispanic Marketing represents the best minds and resources dedicated to Hispanic-specialized marketing. Companies trying to reach and connect with Hispanic consumers turn to AHAA members for unmatched cultural expertise and knowledge. As the voice of the Hispanic marketing industry since its founding in 1996, AHAA demonstrates the value of targeting Hispanics, showcases the impact of using AHAA member agencies, and provides forums for the discussion and dialogue between brands and industry professionals.
About FIAP: FIAP, Festival Iberoamericano de la Publicidad or Ibero-American Advertising Festival, was created in Argentina in 1969 to promote and integrate the marketing and communications industry throughout Spain, Portugal and Latin America, and, since 1993, the U.S. Hispanic market. Agencies from 23 countries and more than 8,000 advertisements compete for the prestigious Suns of Ibero-America in TV, Print, Radio, Production Techniques, Design and Promotions, Activations and Direct Marketing. The Festival has been held in Spain, Brazil, Uruguay, Colombia, and Costa Rica. From 1990 to 2011, the festival was held in Buenos Aires, Argentina, and in 2012, FIAP permanently moved its venue to Miami. Entries for FIAP 2013 edition are being accepted until March 30(th) 2013. For more information on FIAP and the many coveted advertising awards it has launched globally, please visit www.fiapawards.com.
About Circulo Creativo: Circulo Creativo is a non-profit organization that represents creative directors, producers and ad planners of the Spanish-language advertising industry on a national and international basis. The U.S. chapter, which was founded in 1999 in Miami, is devoted to raising the level of creative advertising in the Hispanic market and establishing archives of best-in-class Spanish-language advertising; educating and cultivating new talent; and providing leadership and open communication for its members. For more information about Circulo Creativo, please visit www.circulocreativo.org, and follow @circulousa on Twitter.AHAA: The Voice of Hispanic Marketing
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